PC Week columnist sounds off about little or no documentation

Subject: PC Week columnist sounds off about little or no documentation
From: Patrick O'Connell <patricko -at- EICON -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 5 Oct 1994 09:36:00 PDT

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For anyone trying to convince a gung-ho-but-clueless management type ( :-)
that no, all-online documentation is NOT a good idea, check out Jim
Seymour's column in the PC Week of September 12. The title is "Scanty
manuals, or none, are a lousy idea."

Jim Seymour is quite a well-respected pundit in the world of PC trade
journalism, but of course flashing this article will probably work better if
whoever you want to back off from the idea recognizes his name and respects
his opinions. Failing that, just the fact that it's in PC Week might score
you some points...

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